Posted 10/17/2019 11:18 AM (GMT -7)
Sara, Forever and Karen
I agree with all of you!!
I am so GLAD that I was on my own, supporting my self, with no ones help, from age 18 and on.
It is helping me know a lot! Sure I have moments, but I am starting to get my old independence back slowly.
As for kids, I wanted them had miss carriages, was going to adopt, but both side of the family were so negative and racist about it, I said no, why would I do that to a child.
Now I am glad I didn't what a mess it would have been looking back.
No one should do any major life altering things, just because someone else wants them too.
Sara, I get how you feel. I like my dogs better that a lot pf peoples company.
Forever, I read an article on the same subject, although it was more critical and going along the theory of selfishness and me me me. But I don't agree, sure there are some I guess, but careers are a big cause to back off, and I know one woman who spent years with the Peace Corps, met her husband Algerian/French man.
The are marrying this Sun, they may or may not have children, she is 32.
so I see multitude of reasons, as there are multitudes of people.
ON the Bright side, I lost my phone in the ivy today, playing with the dogs. No land line to call it.
went next door and my neighbor gladly lent me her phone to call mine. Had to put me hearing aids in, it is so windy here today.
What a blessing she is so nice. She is 25 yrs younger, so not close, but we chat every so often
time for meds. Have a great day all!
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